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Mesenchymal stem cells protect podocytes from apoptosis induced by high glucose via secretion of epithelial growth factor
IntroductionThe apoptosis and subsequent injury of podocytes plays a pathogenic role in diabetic nephropathy (DN). Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) are promising therapeutic cells for preventingExpand
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Severe acute renal injury in the need for greater therapeutic dose of CRRT.
The optimal intensity of continuous renal-replacement therapy in severe acute kidney injury is uncertain,but the establishment of optimal dose of CRRT is the key to successful treatment.In thisExpand
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Current status of anticoagulant treatments and improvements for hemodialysis patients in northern Chinese cities: a five‐year comparative study
Background Anticoagulation treatments are an important aspect of hemodialysis; however, few reports have addressed these treatments. This investigation intends to increase the understanding of theExpand
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The Construction of Tissue Engineering Blood Vessel and its Significance
Objective:To promote the proliferation of seeding cells for tissue engineering blood vessel,we transfected human Nanog gene into vascular endothelial cell mediated by recombinantExpand
The role of recombinant human erythropoietin on the blood pressure in aged patients for maintenance hemodialysis
Objective To study the effect of recombinant human erythropoietin (rHuEPO) on in aged patients undergoing maintenance hemodialysis. Methods Blood pressure and its mechanism 52 elderly patientsExpand
Surgical treatment of eighteen cases of mitral abnormality of children
Objective We summarized eighteen cases of congenital heart disease of children combined with mitral abnormality,and discuss surgical method of mitral abnormality of children.Method From SeptemberExpand
Reaserch of cadium channel blocker inhibitting culmonary inflammation in cardiopulmonary bypass
Objective Pulmonary injury is produced by inflammatory response during cardiopulmonary bypass(CPB).phospho-P38MAPK(Mitogen-activated protein kinases) mediate inflammatory response.Our experimentExpand